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  • YouTube stars more famous than film stars
  • YouTube stars more famous than film stars
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YouTube stars more famous than film stars

In an average month, people watch 6 billion hours of footage on YouTube. Research from Variety has indicated that "the five most influential figures among Americans aged 13-18 are all YouTube sensations, thoroughly eclipsing mainstream celebrities."



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